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Here is a list of authentic Yate Loon vendors:http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...l#post10630583

So,The Green 2200rpm will work fine
Cool, I'll check out the list, but based on what I just found (see next response) I might just need the two I already have! :-)

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I will let you know if i can find something...
Thanks, actually, just found it here, but might be another one by Martin I hadn't found yet.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...t-shrouds.html

And it looks like, interestingly enough, "Pull With Shroud" beats "Push/Pull Without Shroud" by about 1 degree C.

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Just use your high speed with shroud in a push. Martin did a test but I can't find it...
Ugh, I'll have to find that, cuz I thought it was pull w/shroud . . .
Edited by cyclometric - 3/8/11 at 10:48pm
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perhaps this is the study you are looking for? there have been some website changes so it took me a while too,

http://martinsliquidlab.petrastech.c...ng-Review.html

good luck
    
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perhaps this is the study you are looking for? there have been some website changes so it took me a while too,

http://martinsliquidlab.petrastech.c...ng-Review.html

good luck
Yes, that was the one. Funny timing. I had just pulled the trigger on ordering the XSPC RX240 rad & 2 GT's (14) ... read too many bad reports about using the YL's horizontally.

Thanks to all, rep+
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